Kylian Mbappe’s transfer to Real Madrid could be official in first week of June

The Frenchman’s move to Madrid is just a matter of time

By Web Desk
April 04, 2024
Kylian Mbappe. - X/@FabrizioRomano

Kylian Mbappe has told Real Madrid’s management that he wants to play in this year’s UEFA European Championship without any pressure about his future.

According to Spanish daily Marca, as things stand, Mbappe’s transfer from Paris Saint Germain to Real Madrid will be made official in the first week of June.

Earlier, according to renowned Spanish journalist Mario Cortegana, PSG sources have revealed that they expect Mbappe to compensate them for his exit.

In addition to the €80m loyalty bonus, PSG also expects to receive part of his signing bonus from Mbappe’s new club, which is likely to be Real Madrid.

It must be noted that Mbappe is expected to complete his long-awaited move to Real Madrid in the summer after reportedly informing PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi that he will leave the club after the end of the season as a free agent.

The Frenchman’s move to Madrid is just a matter of time now as multiple outlets have reported that the official deal will be announced as soon as final details are agreed upon between the two sides.

“People will know my future before the Euros. I'm very calm about it. My future is no longer a huge topic at the club, no one talks to me about it anymore. I’ll be at the Euros with calm head, ready to do great things,” Mbappe told Telefoot couple of days back.

It must be noted that Madrid have been trying to sign Mbappe since his AS Monaco days in 2017-18 but the player decided to join PSG on a €180 million deal.

The deal was likely to happen last summer after the 25-year-old sent a letter to the French club saying that he would not extend his contract till 2025.